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Applicants wishing to study a full-time or part-time master’s degree at Norwich University of the Arts will typically need to have an undergraduate qualification at 2:1 or higher (or international equivalent). This qualification should be in a related subject to their chosen master’s course.
If students don’t have this, they may still be accepted onto their chosen course provided that they can provide evidence of their capability to study at master’s level through a portfolio of creative work.
Applicants wishing to study a research degree at Norwich University of the Arts will be expected to have a BA (Hons) / BSc degree of 2:1, plus an MA in a relevant subject area. Students who do not meet these expectations may still be considered, provided they can provide evidence of other relevant qualifications or professional experience. Students will need to submit an application which provides details of their qualifications, plus two references and a 1,000-word outline of their research proposal.
Check the university’s website for more information on the different postgraduate courses on offer at Norwich University of the Arts and the specific entry requirements.
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